Toyota Sponsors National Public Lands Day

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Everyone likes a walk in the park from time to time, right? Life in the concrete jungle wold be pretty scary without seeing a bird, a tree, some grass and colorful flowers. And as one of the biggest environmentalist automaker, Toyota cares about the small green things in our city life and gives its interest in protecting them.
As a result, Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), USA, will sponsor and participate at the National Public Lands Day (NPLD) on September 28th.

“Last year alone, volunteers built and maintained an estimated 1,500 miles of trails, planted about 100,000 trees, shrubs and other native plants and removed an estimated 500 tons of trash from trails and other lands,” said Diane Wood, president of National Environmental Education Foundation. “These efforts contributed an estimated $18 million through volunteer services to improve public lands across the country.”

NPLD is the largest single-day volunteer effort for public lands in the US. More than 180,000 volunteers are expected at more than 2,200 sites, each one receiving a free one-day pass to any national park to use anytime within the year.
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